Blue Eagles Sisters Coach, Sam Kanyenda, has played down his exclusion from the Malawi national netball team duties. “I have been in netball since 1983. One thing I know is that administrators come and go. If the decision was made in the interest of the sport, then I have no qualms. I will still be coaching at my side [Eagles], and when national duties call, I will always be available,”he said.
Southern Region Chess League is expected to hold the third edition of Finesse Schools Chess at Jacaranda Secondary School in Blantyre tomorrow. Chess in Schools Coordinator, Maggie Ngugama, said preparations for the tournament were at an advanced stage. “Students will play seven rounds in four categories. All seniors will play as school teams, with four students per team while juniors are going to play individual games.
Malawi national netball team interim Coach, Mary Waya, has saluted Australia-based controversial shooter, Mwawi Kumwenda, who has been recalled to the Queens’ squad bound for England. Addressing the press in Blantyre Tursday, Waya, who earlier said the Queens did not miss Mwawi during the Fast5 Netball World Series campaign that ended in disaster in Australia, said the player was a key member of the squad. “We have welcomed her and we are glad to have her back.
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Selecting a term
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